Pinnacle makes next move with disposal to Chess

Doug Woodburn
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Pinnacle makes next move with disposal to Chess

Pinnacle gearing up for more M&A after disposing of unwanted comms support arm

Pinnacle has sold the largest chunk of its business - comms support arm Pinnacle CDT - to Chess in a move it sees as a key step in its repositioning as an "IT-as-a-service" business. Following the sale...

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